Alicia Keys & Swizz Beatz: Shoppin’ At Kitson Kids

Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz took their son Egypt shopping at Kitson Kids in West Hollywood, Calif. on Saturday (January 21). The 1 1/2-year-old toddler looked like he was enjoying sucking on his pacifier.

The couple also seemed unfazed by the Megaupload scandal. Swizz may possibly be questioned by the FBI because he is named as CEO of the alleged internet piracy site.

The NY Post reports that Megaupload’s lawyer Ira Rothken insists that “[Beatz] was negotiating to become the CEO, but it was never official.”

However other sources have told the paper that Beatz has been CEO of the company for close to a year.

The insider reveals, “Swizz is satisfied that he isn’t being investigated for any wrongdoing because had this been the case, they would have picked him up at the same time as the others. Swizz had no idea this was coming. He is very much in the dark about this investigation.”

Filed under: Alicia Keys,Egypt Dean,Swizz Beatz

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    • Annonymous

      Why on earth would you say that? Egypt is so beautiful and if you don’t like his name, maybe you should consider it is just a name and many people especially his parents love it. There is no reason for hate.

  1. P!nk

    If someone doesn’t like a name, they can voice their opinion about it. I wouldn’t call that HATE. Lighten up, will ya?

    • Annonymous

      Well duh, I say it is hate, seeing as how the person worte SMDH. So yes I would definitely call that hate. Would you voice that opinion openly to the parents or just sit behind a computer and cowardly express the hate? Many many two faced people.

  2. Anonymous

    Egypt is 15 months old, which is not exactly 1 and a half. It’s not a big deal, but since it seems as though you all were using his age to highlight the fact that he still uses a pacifier, then in all fairness you should get his age right.

    And Egypt is a beautiful place and a beautiful name for this adorable little boy. I never got why people think it’s so bizarre. People name their children after places all the time, but it seems only places in certain geographical places are deemed acceptable as names by society. Interesting.

  3. Anonymous

    Whoa! Forgot to button your shirt, Alicia.

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